Volunteer with United Way of Passaic County!
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SEASONS OF VOLUNTEERING
Available Volunteer Opportunities:
Volunteer tutors are needed to provide individual and group tutoring to struggling students in Kindergarten – 3rd grade. Volunteers are required to attend an orientation and will receive training and weekly support from an onsite reading specialist and teacher. Volunteer opportunities are available October – May during school hours. Volunteers will be subject to school district rules for background check and fingerprinting. Anyone with passion and commitment can help a young person achieve greater academic success.
For more information and/or to become a volunteer tutor please contact Paula Smalling at (973) 279-8900 x204 or email@example.com.
Participate in our Financial Empowerment Iniatives
The United Way of Passaic County (UWPC) Financial Empowerment Initiatives (FEI) strive to lift low-income individuals and families in Passaic County out of poverty by helping them to increase their income. Through FEI, clients are able to access: free income tax preparation, free help with Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) applications for college financing, and access to financial education. There are several volunteer opportunities within our FEI programs:
Become a Financial Empowerment Intake and Screening Coordinator!
Bi-lingual Volunteers Wanted!
Are you multi-lingual? Volunteers proficient in other languages in addition to English provide a much needed service to our Financial Empowerment Initiatives giving us the ability to reach more clients for whom English is a second language. Looking for volunteers proficient in Arabic, Bengali, Farsi, French, Polish, Spanish, Turkish and other languages (in addition to English) to help provide translation and other assistance. If that is you, please let us know!
Provide one-on-one service to parents and students serving as a guide through the FAFSA application for college financing. This is a great volunteer opportunity for a recent college graduate or someone who wants to mentor first generation students applying to college. You can choose to volunteer during the school day in area high schools or at our tax site. We provide the training. Get students excited about going to college while helping them make good decisions on college financing. For more information, please contact Paula Smalling at (973) 279-8900 Ext 204 or firstname.lastname@example.org.